We are never bored.
Every month, every week, nearly every day, there are countless opportunities for fun and engagement at Westminster Canterbury Richmond. Life enrichment and cultural arts are a big aspect of ensuring the best life possible for our residents. These ideas are apparent in our extensive calendar of regular activities.
In the Sara Belle November Theater located right on our campus, more than 50 professional performing arts programs take place annually. It is one of the only theaters on the campus of a retirement community in the country! Performances are paid for by charitable donations, residents can attend regardless of health or financial status.
Residents expand their minds when they attend our WCR Forum Lecture Series, Chaplain’s lectures and Senior Summer Courses covering an array of interesting topics of professors, ministers and experts. Classes and workshops in the McGue-Millhiser Arts Studio bring an artistic flair to experienced or budding artists. Excursions to off-campus tours, shopping destinations, sporting events and theater engagements connect residents with new (and favorite) experiences!
We are never bored. But if you prefer the quiet to a schedule packed with activities, you can also enjoy a leisurely afternoon reading in our library, stroll through our exquisite gardens or play bridge and dominoes with your friends.
No matter your lifestyle, you can do as much or as little as you want when you live at Westminster Canterbury. Check out a sampling of the coming opportunities for our residents, staff and Canterbury Club members in the Summer 2018 Cultural and Educational Booklet.